Evan Turner Will Be Picked Third In The Draft: My Bold Prediction

May 29th, 2010 by Frank Gasper Leave a reply »
With the first pick in the 2010 NBA Draft, the Washington Wizards select — John Wall. Point Guard. Kentucky.

With the second pick in the 2010 NBA Draft, the Philadelphia 76ers select — Derrick Favors. Forward. Georgia Tech.

Experts, analysts, fans, players, management, all surprised. Everybody asks, "Why didn't they take Turner?"

Turner has the tools to be a superstar. He has a strong upper body, and he can dribble, shoot, pass, play D. He can do just about everything.

Favors has a lot of potential, but sometimes potential can get you no where.

I just have a feeling that Turner will fall to three, after Derrick Favors.

Why you ask? Honestly, I am not 100 percent sure.

I think teams will look at Favors and be really impressed.

He is a great player, and does not ever get in trouble.

Then again neither does Turner, but just watching both of them, it was impressive.

The thing that worries me about Turner — Turnovers.

In big games, such as games in the Big 10 Tournament, he had about 10 turnovers in most of the games. In the re ...

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